Hip-Hop Reviews | June 5th, 2018

Ditching the variations of A$AP in favor of an evaluative label, TESTING finds A$AP Rocky branching out in order to find his new calling amongst Hip-Hop's elite.
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Loosies | June 4th, 2018

The Gorillaz's swift and retracted comeback, Busdriver and Mac Miller's reemergence, along with a slew of secondary singles. This week has it all.
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Past Greatness | June 1st, 2018

For the 18th edition of Past Greatness we travel over half a century back, finding a troubled woman deal with a harmful marriage during the heat of the Civil Rights movement.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 1st, 2018

Pusha T's first album in over three years is a brisk run that finds Kanye West reeling in production to match Push's street-savvy tone and playful wordplay.
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Deep Cuts | May 31st, 2018

In the 13th installment of Deep Cuts we find the spectrum of DoD's music taste on full display, toying with the three tallest pillars; Indie, Hip-Hop, and Electronic.
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Loosies | May 28th, 2018

Hip-Hop comes back in force this week, as Drake responds to a half-assed diss, Milo reemerges, Death Grips continue their promo reel, and Denzel Curry criticizes his competitors.
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Loosies | May 21st, 2018

A massive week for loosies, including successful singles from Death Grips, Anderson .Paak, and Mitski, along with the long-awaited returns of Andre 3000 and Chromatics.
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Music Reviews | May 18th, 2018

On her sophomore release, Courtney Barnett tackles the inconsistencies within us all, spending proportionate time analyzing those around her as herself.
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Grab Bag | May 15th, 2018

In Grab Bag's fourth installment we trudge through variations of 80's Rock, embrace the jazzy culture of the 70's, and dabble in various genres here and there.
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Loosies | May 14th, 2018

You know there's an important single to be analyzed when the next evolution of Death Grips is overshadowed by it. That's exactly what Childish Gambino did.
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Music Reviews | May 11th, 2018

After 14 years, seven albums, Beach House continues to extol consistency in a music industry where trends rise and fall. Their latest batch might be their best yet.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | May 10th, 2018

Two years removed from his impromptu burst onto the Trap scene and Desiigner finally releases his long-hyped debut...with seven paltry Trap imitations in EP form.
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Music Reviews | May 8th, 2018

After five years of recluse following his breakout project, Jon Hopkins returns to explore the starry nighttime sky with his diffusive blend of Classical and Microhouse.
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Loosies | May 7th, 2018

Of course, during my first week-long hiatus of Loosies of 2018 Kanye West reemerges with more antics worthy of discussion. Trap, Art Pop, and Funk fill the rest.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | May 4th, 2018

Rather than boldly tackle his controversial opinions that began circling the rounds last year, Post Malone returns with a swath of attempted hits that fail to prove his artistry.
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Past Greatness | May 1st, 2018

With Past Greatness' 17th edition we look towards De La Soul's impossibly ambitious sophomore release. A winding descent into a group's attempt to shed their past.
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Deep Cuts | April 30th, 2018

For Deep Cuts' 12th installment we explore three corners of Hip-Hop storytelling, with Jazz, Conscious, and Abstract as backgrounds. Indie Rock and Afro-Jazz complete the quintet.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | April 27th, 2018

For his fourth studio LP, J. Cole once again looks towards crises within his sphere of influence. This time tackling the troubling drug epidemic being approved in Hip-Hop.
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Music Reviews | April 27th, 2018

Despite hailing from the United Kingdom, Sons Of Kemet draw their roots to Africa's vibrant colors and America's dark past to make an historically ambitious record.
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Loosies | April 23rd, 2018

Considering the wealth of material released this week, it only made sense to devout an article solely to Record Store Day singles. That's what you'll find here.
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